It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? (1)

“It’s Monday! What are you reading?” is a weekly event hosted by Sheila at Bookjourney to share with others what you’ve read the past week and planning to read next.

I thought this might be a new ritual to start in 2011, and it’ll help me to keep track of what I’m supposed to be reading and what I haven’t quite finished yet.


Guardian of the Gate, by Michelle Zink

When God was a Rabbit, by Sarah Winman

Plugging Along

The Magician, by Raymond E. Feist

A Discovery of Witches, by Deborah Harkness

The Woman in White, by Wilkie Collins

Immortal Beloved, by Cate Tiernan

Starting Next

Pilgrims, by Will Elliot

Slave of Sondelle, by Bevan McGuiness

Miscellaneous News

Against sensible judgment, I have decided to sign up for another read-along challenge. I have wanted to read Villette, by Charlotte Bronte for years – now seems like the right time for me.


It’s Monday, what are YOU reading?

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Aimee Burton is a lawyer-in-training who still dreams of befriending unicorns. This blog will be her escape from reality, and hopefully it'll inspire her to finish writing that fantasy trilogy she's always promising her friends is "almost halfway" done.

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  2. Looks like you have had a good week. I have been hoping to get to the Prophecy of the Sisters and the The Guardian of the Gate for a while but have not as yet done so. Have a great week!

  3. I still need to read the books written by Michelle Zink. Keep hearing such amazing things about those books. Have fun reading the books you got there, especially the one written by Charlotte Bronte. 🙂

  4. LOL… I laughed at “against my better judgment I signed up for another read a long….” I do that too! Its so hard not to!

    You have great sounding books here! Glad to have you participating in the meme and LOVE your blog title!

  5. I absolutely loved Magician and Pug still remains as one of my favourite characters today. I also want to read A Discovery of Witches just because I am drawn to the setting and the theme. And I love reading books about witches.

    Looking forward to reading your reviews. Enjoy your reading week!

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